The 29-year-old has announced his decision to retire from worldwide football following the backlash he received after meeting with Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan before the World Cup.
Mesut Ozil was among Arsene Wenger's favorite players at the Emirates Stadium so the German worldwide will be hoping to win over the heart of Unai Emery in this pre-season competition so that he could be assured of a starting spot in next season's squad.
'All of us want to help Mesut feel like it is his home here with us, like a family and it is a family for every player, ' said Emery.
That explanation led to a reaction in the German media which Ozil described as "right-wing propaganda", accusing some elements of the press of using the Erdogan scandal for their "further their political cause".
Emery, who in May became the Premier League side's first new manager in 22 years after Arsene Wenger stepped down, said Ozil felt at home with Arsenal. Emery said: 'It is a personal decision from Mesut and I respect it.
We are going to help him to feel good.
The Turkish Football Federation also issued a statement, saying it "offers its full support" to Ozil and his family.
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It had originally been unclear as to whether Ozil would join his team-mates for the start of the tour but following talks with his new manager last week, the German made a decision to cut his holiday short by three days and increase the intensity of his pre-season.
"In the eyes of Grindel and his supporters, I am German when we win, but I am an immigrant when we lose".
Ozil has not commented about his decision since his arrival in Singapore on Monday with Arsenal.
Arsenal play Atletico Madrid on Thursday before facing Paris Saint-Germain on Saturday.
"For him it´s one thing with the national team and another with us", Emery said.
'I respect everybody and their opinions, but we are professionals and we need to understand everyone but work for us and to be together.
We want to make him feel free.